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The following articles were published in NotiSur in Dec of 1995.

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14 Central American & European Countries Redefine Framework For Trade & Cooperation Kevin Robinson
08 Brazil: Administration Of President Fernando Henrique Cardoso Rocked By Sivam Scandal Patricia Hynds
01 El Salvador: Appointment Of Police Inspector General Ends Six-month Vacancy, But Controversies Over P.n.c. Continue Patricia Hynds
08 Venezuela: Local Elections Bring Return Of Two-party System Patricia Hynds
14 Central America: Uproar Over U.S. Investigation Of Working Conditions In Maquiladora Plants Kevin Robinson
15 Honduras: Appeals Court Ruling Could Free Military Officers Accused In 1982 Kidnap-torture Case Patricia Hynds
01 Ecuador: President Sixto Duran Ballen Suffers Defeat In Referendum On Constitutional Reforms Patricia Hynds
07 Nicaragua: Unions Strike Against Telephone Privatization Law Kevin Robinson
01 Bolivia: Retired General Reveals Burial Site Of Revolutionary Hero Ernesto "che" Guevara Patricia Hynds
15 Andean Countries: Interview With Peruvian Expert On Anti-drug Policy Patricia Hynds
07 Chile: Private Sector Expected To Surpass State-run Companies In Total Copper Production In 1995 Kevin Robinson
15 Bolivia: Municipal Elections Are Setback For President Gonzalo Sanchez De Lozada Patricia Hynds
14 Mercosur Countries Reach A Preliminary Agreement For Bolivia To Join Trade Bloc; Talks With Chile To Continue Through March Kevin Robinson
07 Costa Rica: Governing Party Decides To Back Away From Privatization Of Major State-owned Businesses Kevin Robinson
15 Nicaragua: New Election Law Passes Amidst Rumors That The 1996 Election Will Be Postponed Patricia Hynds
08 Panama: Political Warfare Breaks Out Between President & Opposition Parties, Ending Period Of Conciliation Patricia Hynds